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at our lady of sorrows hospital in washington, d.c., dr. dana scully, working to mend the lives of unfortunate children. (door opening) dr. scully? i've got your test results back. thank you. nurse? i need you to do something. of course. i need these samples retested. was there a problem with them? man: dr. scully? we need you in here. i just want them retested, please. thank you. oh. and i'm expecting a call-- well, i'm hoping for a call-- from somebody named mulder.
is the hour absolutely necessary? it was important that i see you. we made an agreement about our meeting in unsecured environments. i took the usual precautions. i'm assuming you did, too. (plane engine humming) i've been standing here for over an hour. i haven't seen a soul. i called you because you said, if i ever put the pieces together, that you would confirm. and have you put them together? i've met someone, i've seen something. 'cause you weren't even close. warring aliens lighting each other on fire and other such nonsense. i was being cleverly manipulated. and what brings this new clarity? i saw an arv running on free energy. i saw it disappear. that's what they all seem to do. but the technology exists. it's existed since roswell. and it's been in use, being used on humans in human testing, the taking of men, women and children that's misreported as alien abductions. so you believe you have the how. yes. and i think i know the why. the why is more complicated than you may ever know, mr. mulder.
60 years ago, we were warned about the military industrial complex gathering too much power. this is old news. the countdown has begun. it began in 2012, but no one knew. tell me something new. alien technology being used against us, not by aliens, not with aliens, but by a venal conspiracy of men against humanity. you're wasting my time. what are the tests for? you tell me, mr. mulder. ten years ago, you came to me saying you couldn't take your secrets to your grave, that you couldn't live with it. i'm a man of medicine. i didn't know how my work would be used. (screaming) the lies are so great, mr. mulder. the truth must be unassailable. so let me tell the world. they'll make a mockery of us. then let me take that bullet. and these men are capable of that. you're nearly there. you're close.
roswell. that was a smokescreen. so i've been told. what are you doing here, scully? mulder, you hang up on me, i don't hear from you all day, you're on some jag about the x-files. i figured it out. it all makes complete sense. all these years, we've been deceived. i don't know what you mean. i... i couldn't call you because it's gonna sound crazy. that's why i'm here, mulder, as somebody who cares about you. as somebody who's worried about you. all right, just listen to me, all right? no, you listen to me, mulder. scully, you got to trust me on this. i have seen this before. you're on fire, believing that you're onto some truth, that you can save the world. this will finally be their undoing. it'll be your undoing, mulder.
this is my life. this is everything. this is everything i believe in. you want to believe. you so badly want to believe. i do believe. i believe that tad o'malley is right. this is not an alien conspiracy. it's a conspiracy of men. tad o'malley is a charming man full of charming bs, mulder. no, he woke me up. how do you know he's not playing you? he's a player. he's been a godsend. what are you talking about? the truth is out there, scully, and tad o'malley's gonna broadcast it. mulder... listen to me. as your friend and as a physician, you are on dangerous ground here. i know what i'm doing. sveta: is everything okay? yeah, everything is okay. she's the key to everything. sveta... is the key. you know what you're doing.
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(car door opens) (car door shuts) (knocks on window) hey. where you going? you're not leaving, are you? i just need to get out of here. stay. it's important. don't tell me what's important, please. i just need to leave. wasn't she invited? i would have invited you, scully, but i didn't think you'd come. i shouldn't have come. then what are you doing here? mulder, what are you up to? mulder: the tentacles reach far back into the last century, but it wasn't until victories in europe and japan and the onset of the cold war that political and economic conditions became perfect for actual execution.
a conspiracy bigger and more secret than the manhattan project. more odious and far-reaching. no sooner had we defeated germany than a new threat started appearing in skies over america, drawn to earth by the latest threat to extinction: the h-bomb. explosions acting as transducers, drawing alien life forms through wormholes in spaceships using electrogravitic propulsion. advanced extraterrestrial species visiting us, concerned for mankind and the threat of our self-destruction, forestalling our annihilation through their own self-sacrifice. the crashes at roswell. more importantly, places like aztec. world leaders signed secret memos directing scientific studies of alien technology and biochemistry. classified studies were done at military installations s4, groom lake, wright-patterson and dulce, extracting alien tissue. (woman screaming) tests were done on unsuspecting human subjects in elaborately staged abductions, in craft using alien technology recovered from the downed saucers... (screaming) including human hybridization
through gene editing and forced implantation of alien embryos. why do such a thing and lie about it-- our own government? your own government lies as a matter of course, as a matter of policy-- the tuskegee experiments on black men in the '30s; henrietta lacks. what are they trying to do? that's the missing piece. o'malley: but it's not hard to imagine-- a government hiding, hoarding... alien technology for 70 years, at the expense of human life and the future of the planet. driven not only by corporate greed, but... a darker objective. the takeover of america. o'malley: and then the world itself, by any means necessary, however violent... or cruel... or efficient. by severe drought brought on by weather wars conducted secretly using aerial contaminants and high-altitude electromagnetic waves, in a state of perpetual war to create problem-reaction- solution scenarios to distract, enrage and enslave american citizens at home
with tools like the patriot act and the national defense authorization act, which abridged the constitution in the name of national security. the militarization of police forces in cities across the u.s. the building of prison camps by the federal emergency management agency with no stated purpose. the corporate takeover of food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals and health care, even the military, in clandestine agendas, to fatten, dull, sicken and control a populace already consumed by consumerism. and i encourage you all to go shopping more. a government that taps your phone, collects your data and monitors your whereabouts with impunity. a government preparing to use that data against you when it strikes and the final takeover begins. the takeover of america. by a well-oiled and well-armed multinational group of elites that will cull, kill and subjugate. happening as we sit here. it's happening all around us. the other shoe waiting to drop. it'll probably start on a friday. the banks will announce a security action
necessitating their computers to go offline all weekend. digital money will disappear. they can just steal your money? followed by the detonation of strategic electromagnetic pulse bombs to knock out major grids. what will seem like an attack on america by terrorists or russia. or a simulated alien invasion using alien replica vehicles that exist and are already in use. an alien invasion of the u.s. the russians tried it in '47. you can't say these things. i'm gonna say them tomorrow. it's fearmongering claptrap, isolationist techno-paranoia so bogus and dangerous and stupid... that it borders on treason. saying these things would be incredibly irresponsible. mulder: it's irresponsible not to say it. especially if it's the truth. your test came back negative. what do you mean, negative?
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he is saying lies and stories for his tv show so people will watch. i am... so sorry if i misled anyone. they got to her. o'malley: these are the depths our government stoops to. o'malley: we must be making them very afraid. dr. scully? your test results came back in. ♪ sveta? sveta? sveta? no, no. (tires screech) garner: stop! you can't! you have no right... (grunts) (tires squeal)
mulder: there's something called the venus syndrome. it's a runaway global warming scenario that leads us to the brink of the sixth extinction. those with means will prepare to move off the planet into space, which has already been weaponized against the poor, huddled masses of humanity that haven't been exterminated by the uber-violent fascist elites. if you believe in that kind of thing. you look exhausted, mulder. it was a long day at the office. i don't know if you saw, but... tad o'malley pulled the plug. they're very good, these guys, you know? and what about sveta? where is she? i'm sure they scared her to death. we need to find her, mulder. we need to protect her, no matter what. why? you said her tests came back negative. i ran them again. in fact... i sequenced her entire genome
because i didn't trust the initial results. are you saying she has alien dna? and i sequenced my own genome-- because of my history and... because we have a child together. scully... what are you saying? i'm saying she's not the only one. i'm saying someone has to stop these sons of bitches. (ringtone plays, phone vibrates) skinner. skinner. scully, are you ready for this? i don't know there's a choice.
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happenings right now a massive cleanup effort underway. road crews working into the night to make sure tomorrow morning's commute is as safe as possible. we have a lot of information to pass along tonight. thanks for joining us. i'm iain page. >> i'm rule knoll. take a look at the bottom your screen. many schools are closed and/or delayed. here's what we, wreck we are as you head into monday.
philadelphia has lifted snow emergency. delaware state of emergency ends at midnight. of course, new jersey still dealing with major flooding down the shore. >> also public transportation slowly coming back for many much our communities but first cold overnight and concerns about a refreeze. meteorologist kathy or is here with that. >> radar looks lot different than it did last night at this time. doesn't it? we are looking at temperatures that are going to be cold again tonight. when you look at all of this snow that we picked up from 31-inches in lehigh valley to a foot in the poconos, it's no wonder that we're going to be seeing a refreeze. when you look at all the top snowstorms in philadelphia, over recorded history, this storm ranges fourth with 22.4-inches of snow in philadelphia. now temperatures will be cold for refreeze overnight tonight low temperatures in the teens. and then we'll be seeing temperatures warming up as mild air to the west will be moving in during the day tomorrow. we'll be watching coast again i know you probably don't want to hear this but there will be a
developing area of low pressure into the gulf of mexico late in the week that is going to move just off the eastern seaboard. will it come close enough to bring rain or even snow? that's the question. we'll look at these possibilities with the seven day forecast coming up later in the broadcast. all right. we'll talk to you then kathy much as you head out you can go to fox 29.com to see all the school closings including philadelphia public and archdiocese schools along with the many delays they're all on our home page and while you're there, sign up for text alerts to get heads up when your school closes. >> before you head out the door tomorrow sue serio and bob kelly have you covered with weather and traffic. fox 29 morning news begin at 4:00 a.m. and we have a developing story now. a* officials are blaming the storm for at least three deaths in our area. an autopsy scheduled for tomorrow on an 18-year-old pregnant woman from pottstown. a friend told fox 29 she had a heart attack after shoveling snow. a 54-year-old allentown man also
collapsed and died shoveling snow, and this evening, in berks county man died of carbon monoxide poi song after a snowplow trapped him inside of his running vehicle. of course you need to be careful clearing snow like this a lot of people forced to break out the shovels and snow blowers to clear away the mess left behind by the big blizzard. 2016. and there's stale lot of work left to do out there. >> that is so true. road crews through the area have had a long weekend with more long hours in front of them. >> fox 29's dave schratwieser check out several parts of the city tonight and joins us live in spring garden. dave? >> reporter: iain we traveled across the city tonight from south philadelphia to manayunk, north philadelphia, old city and on into center city. stories pretty much the same. some streets are plowed really well. in some not so well and others not at all. one thing is for sure, philadelphia still has lot of work to do. >> too much. it was just -- it was up to the window report roar for paul south philadelphia, digging his car out of this side street just
off passyunk avenue was an all-day affair g i'm all set. >> reporter: did it all in stages. >> yes. >> reporter: the way to do it. >> absolute. >> reporter: he managed to get it done in stages by around 6:00 sunday name he was like many who park their cars on south philadelphia's narrow streets. some streets were clear. many were not. obviously there's lot of snow, so there's nowhere to put it. >> reporter: the city brought in smaller front end loaders to get the snow cleanup rolling here. in old city, it was a different story. heavy equipment operators scrambled to get rid of dozen of huge mounds of snow from saturday's plowing operations. >> how long are you going to be working for? >> until it's done. >> reporter: all of the snow on major streets in center city was trucked to parking lots like this one at broad and washington. truck loads of snow were dumped at seventh and popular in north philadelphia. blocking in cars and trucks. >> mess totally. it's a shame. big storm blizzard.
we weren't prepare. >> reporter: late in the day, the city brought in this giant snow melter to help get rid of tons of snow, piled up on market street. they used it to clear the airport on saturday, the next stop was fourth and market. where they fired up the aero snow melter. >> we heat it up and bubble it and throw the snow in there think about throwing a snowball into a jacuzzi it just dissolves. >> reporter: in the missiles manayunk cleaning up and digging out went on into the night. some streets were plowed. some were not. >> it's kind of a heavy storm. i'll give them a little -- i'll give them a little leeway. >> reporter: all right. a little leeway is a good ming. snow emergency was lifted around 10:00 o'clock tonight but work crews will go on through the night a lot of crews expect to work through tomorrow morning as they work the streets. we had snowplow train go through here about half an hour ago. a lot of social media traffic tonight on our sites talking about northeast philly, west
philadelphia, south philadelph philadelphia, even fairmount still haven't seen a plow on some of those streets. hopefully they'll get there by tomorrow morning. lucy? >> man, i know that feeling, dave. i'm digging out myself. septa working toward getting back to full service but it's going to take a little time. skyfox caught crews stealing tracks in norristown. septa officials say be prepared for slow start if you're hospitalling on board in the morning it's doing what it can to make sure the next few days run as smoothly as possible after suspend maggiore are the of its service over the weekend officials say some trains still have to get a once over after standing still for the past few days. so operators well they're heading in early. if you're taking the bus, officials say just like the tracks, streets have to be cleared only 35% of bus lines are running right now. road conditions and parked cars and other vehicles that are in the way are the problems that are out there for our fleet. we are working cooperatively and actively with the city and the
counties to overcome these issues. >> and they are warning that all of our snow has reduced the number of parking spots at stations. all trash and recycling collection in philadelphia canceled for tomorrow. so the sanitation trucks can continue to be used for plowing. so if you normally are scheduled for trash pick up on monday, you're asked to hold it until next monday. allentown sent two day snow record with 31.9-inches. after a sunday full of shoveling many are so many brought the end of the storm. one couple has something a lot bigger to cheer about. >> oh yeah. the birth of a new baby and talk about drama. >> sabina kuriakose has the story one family will be talking about for years to come. >> reporter: these are the mounds of snow that people here in allentown are continuing to deal with. some residential roads are even blocked into tonight. it is not all bad news though. we found one family celebrating a silver lining to this storm.
4-pound baby brantly sleeping calmly now in the nicu of lehigh valley hospital recovering from a frantic early birth on the side of a south whitehall township his way sunday morning. hours after record snowfall. >> is the baby coming and i looked here's here. i open the car door. the baby was right here on her belly. >> friend april said the roads so snow covered she couldn't get mom to the hospital in time. even dad got stuck trying to meet them. >> giving birth to your own son is not calming at all especially on the side of highway in car. roar report in allentown -- >> the plow trucks been just doing main roads. that's it. >> reporter: major roadways clear but frustration growing as residents on smaller and side streets continue to dig out well into the night. >> they haven't really done their job because they've been getting stuck or they just can't do it. >> i'm on my own. we dug ourselves out the street
so i can get to work tomorrow morning. >> reporter: tonight the steve allentown tells us they are working hard to clear out all of their residential roadways from this storm. they say they are simply asking for patience as their crews continue to be out on the roadways. in allentown, sabina kuriakose, fox 29 news. skyfox today over an all too familiar site on the jersey shore. a storm surge flooding coastal communities you can see several inches of water well into north wildwood. this all comes barely three years after super storm sandy crush the jersey shore. unfortunately, north wildwood is not the only community dealing with serious flooding. cities and towns up and down the coast like margate, ocean city and atlantic city will be drying out for quite awhile. residents say they're basements are flooded and they're roads are like rivers. >> i think the water was worse than sandy. the flooding. from what i've seen, it's definitely worse than sandy. >> thank god it was only three
high tides that we had to deal with and not six like a couple storms ago. i think sandy might have been six high tides. >> some of the water in wildwood has receded allowing officials to reopen some of the roads into town. roofs collapse are a big problem after big snows take look at this warehouse collapse in quakertown bucks county. this is what's left of the building on north hellertown avenue. you can see some tractor trailers are actually partially stuck under the roof that came down inbound the weigh of all that snow. we don't yet know if anyone was inside at the time. and then there's this. the roof collapse of a church that many depend on. it's now going to take months to fix. the calgary fellowship in downingtown. >> what was original called in as a broken pipe turn out to be whole lot worse. fox 29's jenn frederick has the story. >> it's overwhelming. >> reporter: downingtown pastor lee wiggins got the call from the fire marshal. a pipe had burst in his church.
obviously it was far worse than a pipe problem. >> when i walked in and i saw it for the first time i was expec expecting to see a broken pipe because water was flooding everywhere. i was expecting to see a broken pipe and opened up the door and saw sky. it's not what you expect to see. >> reporter: six to nine months much that's how long the massive repair could take. heartbreaking, not just to wiggins and his church community, downington depends on this church. >> right across the street is a high school. mid high school. after school they all just come across the street. hundreds of them and they play basketball, they have a game room, they have activities and they just hang out here and they have a basketball court here, 1200 students a week play basketball here it's amazing all the things that are going on here wednesday night activities this place is a buzz constantly. >> reporter: hope they can do some of that even during the restoration. >> we sure hope so. jennaphr frederick fox 29 news. >> tonight police are reminding about the dangers of blocked car tale pipes after a new jersey mom and her child died from
carbon monoxide poisoning. passaic police say a 23-year-old mother was sitting in the car with her one-year-old son and three-year-old daughter the dad shoveled snow around it. the exhaust pipe was blocked by snow and filled the inside of the car with carbon monoxide killing the mother and the one-year-old. the three-year-old is in critical condition. police say drivers should always check their exhaust pipes during large pipe ups of snow. bad prank has a new jersey community outrage what a stranger saw happen to homeless man that has many rushing to help him out. >> police officers in texas involved in high speed chase arrested a suspect. one big problem, though. and we've got it. if you enjoyed a cocktail by the fire while you were snowed in this weekend that drink may reveal more than your desire to relax. what sip may say a lot about who you are. >> a lot more information still ahead. a reminder that thousands of flights are canceled because of the blizzard. operations are slowly beginning to resume at philly international as always, of